Goulburn provided insufficient outlets for Durack's energy, land hunger and organizing powers.
Still, the standoff has highlighted a degree of land hunger that had simmered largely unnoticed here.
The pressure of increasing population and consequent land hunger has made the people of this region thrifty.
In sub-Saharan Africa, where land hunger is more rare, women tend to be left alone to cultivate and market their produce.
But the problem endures, fueled by commercial logging, a regional yearning for economic development and a land hunger among refugees.
The land hunger of the poor contributes to ecological devastation of fragile areas.
In El Salvador, land hunger has been exacerbated by the tiny size of the country in relation to its population.
Not even the land hunger in Rwanda offers an explanation that makes it possible mentally to accommodate such a large-scale social aberration.
It cannot be understood without reference to the growing land hunger and militancy of millions of peasants.
His instructions were to maintain order and protect the Māori, while satisfying the land hunger of the settlers pouring into the country.